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Full text of "Craftsmanship : Los Angeles County Museum, Exposition Park, January 6th through February 7th, 1960"

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART 




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CRAFTSMANSHIP 



LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM /EXPOSITION PARK 



JANUARY 6TH THROUGH FEBRUARY 7TH, 1960 



LOS ANGELES 
COUNTY MUSEUM 



Jean Delacour, Director 

Charles F. Gehring, Assistant Director 

BOARD of GOVERNORS 

John Jewett Garland 



William T. Sesnon, Jr. 
President 

Ed N. Harrison 

First Vice President 

Mrs. Rudolph S. Liebig 
Second Vice President 

William J. ShefRer 
Secretary 

Edward W. Carter 
C. V. Duff 



David W. Hearst 

Roger W. Jessup 

Joseph B. Koepfli 

Charles 0. Matcham 

J. R. Pemberton 

Norton Simon 

Maynard J. Toll 

Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid 



STAFF of THE ART DIVISION 



Richard F. Brown 
James H. Elliott 
Ebria Feinblatt 
Stefania P. Holt 

Eugene I. Holt 

George Kuwayama 



Chief Curator, the Art Division 

Assistant Chief Curator 

Curator of Prints and Drawings 

Curator of Costumes 
and Textiles 

Assistant Curator, Costumes 
and Textiles 



Curator of Oriental Art 

Gregor Norman-Wilcox Curator of Decorative Art 

William Osmun Curator, Administrative 

Assistant 

Frances Roberts Nugent Instructor in Art 



LIBRARY 
LOS ANGELES COt^^TV 

MUSEUM OF A 



SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 
DESIGNER- 
CRAFTSMEN 



Chairman 
Vice Chairman 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 

GOVERNING BOARD 

Ceramics 

Laura F. Andreson 
Tom Ferreira 

Enamels 

Arthur E. Harvey 
Betje Howell 

Mosaics 

Dextra Frankel 



C. Brooke Morris 
F. Carlton Ball 
Duval Eliot 
Norwood Teague 
Lee Barkley 



Jewelry & Silversmithing 
Jay Louthian 
Hudson Roysher 

Weaving 

Dorothea M. Hulse 

Miscellaneous Crafts 
Bernard Kester 
Mary Jane Leland 



FOREWORD 



First presented in February 1958, the exhibition Craftsmanship now has 
its second biennial showing, co-sponsored by the Southern California 
Designer-Craftsmen. In competition open to all craftsmen within a 125- 
mile radius, the work of 101 entrants was selected by an earnest and dis- 
criminating jury, who took quality of design and craftsmanship as their 
touchstone. Such was the level of work submitted that nearly one-third of 
the entries won acceptance by the jury. 

The Museum takes privilege in presenting this second collection, all of it 
produced since the CraftsTnanship exhibition of two years ago. Two enter- 
prises scheduled for all week-end afternoons during the show will bring 
the exhibiting craftsmen into active participation — a series of ten demon- 
stration-lectures covering a variety of crafts, and a Sales Bazaar, the 
latter staffed by S.C.D.C. members and all proceeds going to the crafts- 
men themselves. 

Affectionate acknowledgments go to the Designer -Craftsmen^s patient 
and most able exhibition chairman, Dextra Frankel. And to the selflessly 
devoted members of her committee, our grateful respects : William Enk- 
ing, for design and installation of the show; Bernard Kester, Tom Fer- 
reira and Ray Hein for assistance in installing; Bernard Kester and 
Laura Andreson, for arranging the demonstration-lectures; Lee Bark- 
ley, for planning the Sales Bazaar; Jay Lothian, in charge of entries; 
Mary Jane Leland, for records and publicity; Joseph H. Krause, for 
design of the prospectus, invitations and catalogue; Richard A. Petrie 
and Henry A. Evjenth, for photographs; and these for assistance at the 
jurying: Lee Barkley, Tom Ferreira, Charles Frankel, Bernard Kester, 
Mary Jane Leland, Brooke Morris and Norwood Teague. 



Warm appreciation is expressed to our three jurors, with an added debt to 
Max Sullivan, who returned to lecture at the opening preview. A great 
contribution is made by those furnishing the ten demonstration-lectures. 
To the Southern California Designer- Craftsmen and to The Museum 
Association, our thanks for funds graciously given. And particular thanks 
to Brugger Fine Arts, who made their premises available for the assembly, 
jurying and dispersal of all material. 

Within our Museum family, friendly help was given by George F. Brauer 
who made most of the photographs, as selected by the jury ; John R. Quinn 
our designer-printer ; the ladies of the Art Office ; and our willing staff of 
carpenters and electricians, preparators and helpers. 

—Gregor Norman-Wilcox 



STATEMENT 



OF THE JURY: 



The Jury for the second biennial exhibition of craftwork was greatly 
impressed by the large number of objects of high quality submitted for 
this important showing. For the most part, the entries were worthy of 
consideration piece by piece. The sum total effect of final judging brought 
the jurors to the unanimous conclusion that this exhibition makes a posi- 
tive statement as to the place and direction of contemporary crafts in 
the Southern California area. 

The largest number of entries was in ceramics which attests to the pop- 
ularity of this medium. The seeming ease with which a potter produces 



a large number of pieces compared to the output of a cabinet maker or 
silversmith, does not in any way assure quality. And yet without ques- 
tion, the work in ceramics showed the widest range and greatest strength 
in design and execution. 

On the other end of the scale, the work in metal was disappointing. True 
silversmithing, flatware or raised, was non-existent, and even the jew- 
elry, while often well-executed, lacked that necessary afl[inity between the 
jewel and the setting. 

In printed textiles there were some sensitive designs, but in woven tex- 
tiles there were very few pieces that stood the test of the jurors except 
for rugs which were rich in texture and well-conceived as to final use. 

There were several panels in various media which, regardless of size, 
might best be called architectural pieces, and of these, enamels and 
mosaics were noteworthy. In a somewhat related medium, the work in 
colored glass reflected a deep interest in color experimentation in trans- 
parencies. 

Since work in practically all media was submitted, the exhibition reveals 
the very great diversity in the crafts. Many objects reflect the hours of 
painstaking labor expended and not always with the best results since 
some of the finest work, both in design and craftsmanship, is found in the 
most simply conceived and most directly executed pieces. 

The jury is grateful for the opportunity to have considered so many fine 
works and wishes to share their conviction as to the future of the crafts 
and their excitement over this second biennial showing. 

Sam Maloof—Alta Lomxi, California 
Max Sullivan — Portland, Oregon 
Jackson Woolley—San Diego y California 




SAM MALOOF 



MAX SULLIVAN 



JACKSON WOOLLEY 



CATALOGUE 



Sales Bazaar: Any craftsman whose work is accepted in the 
exhibit will be entitled to participate in a Museum sales bazaar 
Saturdays and Sundays, during the run of the exhibition. 

All works are for sale except those marked NFS. The Museum 
does not conduct sales or charge commission. 




HENRY T. TAKEMOTO 153. Clay pot, 32'' high 



ARTHUR ADAIR 

11695 Jewel Lane, Garden Grove 

1. Silk fabric, silk-screen, 3 yds NFS 

ALICIA ADLER 

1438 North Kenter Avenue, Los Angeles 49 

2. "Kangaroo," terracotta sculpture, 22'' high $20.00 

3. Figure, terracotta sculpture, 9'' high $50.00 

4. Owl vase, terracotta, 8" high $10.00 

MEL ANDERSON 

420 South Juanita, Redondo Beach 

5. Round bottle, stoneware, 12 Vo'' high NFS 

6. Planter, stoneware, 11" high $40.00 

7. Bottle, stoneware, 22'' high $35.00 

^AURA ANDRESON 

1950 North Edgemont, Los Angeles 27 

8. Bowl, porcelain, IW diam $12.00 

9. Vase, stoneware, 9" high $16.00 

CHARLOTTE G. ARNOLD 

1611 Greenbrier Road, Long Beach 15 

10. Covered jar, stoneware, 11 1/2" high $20.00 

RALPH BACERRA 

3911 Fernwood Avenue, Los Angeles 27 

11. Covered jar, iron decoration, 20y2" high $50.00 

WILLIAM PAUL BAKER 

3025 Glenhurst Avenue, Los Angeles 39 

12. 'The Isolationist," yarn-stitch fabric, 231/0" x 401/2" . .$100.00 

F. CARLTON BALL 

9911 Calmada, Whittier 

13. Vase, stoneware, 40" high $250.00 

14. Bowl, stoneware, 24" diam $200.00 

PHIL BARKDULL 

3257 Primera Avenue, Hollywood 28 

15. Covered jar, 12" high $35.00 

LEE BARKLEY 

31872 8th Avenue, South Laguna 

16. Rya rug, fur and wool, 6x4 feet $400.00 



*lndicates a member of the Southern California Designer-Craftsmen 




-LAWRENCE M. RASMUSSEN, JR. 136. Turned bowl, myrtle wood, 6'' diam. 






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NORWOOD TEAGUE 156. Mexican rosewood salad servers 



JAMES P. BARNES 

3031 Lecil Street, Riverside 

17. Ceramic vase, T high NFS 

EDITH L. B'ELISCU 

2894 Orange, Riverside 

18. Laminated-fused glass panel, W x 21 y2'' $75.00 

VICTOR BRACKE 

108 Dunlap Street, Bakersfield 

19. Covered jar, earthenware, I2V2'' high $25.00 

ROBERT W. BROWN 

550 Mesa Lila Road, Glendale 8 

20. "Europa and the Bull," glass, 151/2'' x 20'' $75.00 

UEAN BUCKLEY 

7811 V2 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 46 

21. ''Ben, the Dog," stoneware, W high $350.00 

DOROTHY CANNON 

12518 Ventura, Studio City 

22. Head, glass and plastic panel, 27'' x 20" $250.00 

23. Butterflies, glass and plastic panel, 13" x 30" $200.00 

NOEL CARAWAN 

1320 Pacific Avenue, Venice 

24. "Birds in Trees," double-faced tile grille, 81" x 43" $300.00 

WARREN D. COHANTZ 

8229 Allott Avenue, Van Nuys 

25. Ring, cast gold with topaz NFS 

RAUL ANGULO CORONEL 

8704 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 46 

26. Flat bowl, stoneware, 21" diam $150.00 

27. Vase, stoneware, 121/2" high $45.00 

28. Bottle, stoneware, 12" high $65.00 

DAVID B. CRESSEY 

1314 Pacific Avenue, Venice 

29. Relief panel, concrete, 44" x 30" $125.00 

ROGER DARRICARRERE 

1937 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 

30a. Stained glass panel, 5x5 feet $1,500.00 

30b. Pair stained glass panels, total 18" x 12 feet $750.00 



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-LAURA ANDRESON 9. Vase, stoneware, T high 
DORA De LARIOS 

2057 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles 6 

31. Thrown sculpture, ceramic, 29" high $125.00 

32. Thrown sculpture, ceramic, 17'' high $150.00 

ROBERT DITTMER 

226 Brooks Avenue, Claremont 

33. Vase, blue-white-goid, stoneware, 16'' high $25.00 

34. Covered jar, stoneware, 7" high $20.00 

35. Stained glass window panel, 14" x 6" $50.00 

AMY DONALDSON 

4363 Trias Street, San Diego 3 

36. Teapot, grey stoneware, 7" high $16.00 

HENRY A. EVJENTH 

3215 Karen Avenue, Long Beach 8 

37. Silver necklace $100.00 



JOHN FASSBINDER 

938 Olamosa Avenue, Claremont 

38. Square bottle, stoneware, 20'' high $40.00 

*THOMAS FERREIRA 

3131 Roxanne Avenue, Long Beach 

39. Monk's head, stoneware, UV/' high $50.00 

40. White vase, stoneware, 12 V2'' high $35.00 

CAROLE FORCE 

801 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles 24 

41. Orange silk-screened cotton, 5 yds NFS 

*DEXTRA and CHARLES FRANKEL 

444 Cabrillo Terrace, Corona del Mar 

42. ''Summer Thistles," mosaic and cloisonne, 30" x W . .$350.00 

43. ''Dynamis," enamel relief, 48'' x 32" $1,200.00 

*DEXTRA FRANKEL 

444 Cabrillo Terrace, Corona del Mar 

44. ''Moonsun," enamel plate, 8" diam $30.00 

45. "Cat," cloisonne panel, 8V2" x 101/4" NFS 

HAL F. FROMHOLD 

80 Bennett, Long Beach 3 

46. Lug-handled ceramic vase, 22" high $75.00 

47. "Dancing Pots," ceramic, group 12" x 16" $250.00 

ROBERT L GLOVER, JR. 

2401 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 57 

48. Ceramic tile relief, 24" x 30" $200.00 

49. Cylinder-slab construction, ceramic, 17" high $30.00 

ALLAN D. GOLDSTEIN 

3718 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles 

50. Enamel plaque, 141/2" x 11" $90.00 

JOHN HARDING 

716 Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach 

51. Leaf-patterned bowl, stoneware, 8" high $25.00 

52. Compote, stoneware, 11" diam $30.00 

RAY HEIN 

531 Aliso Avenue, Newport Beach 

53. Gold and silver ring, revolving interband $75.00 

54. Cufflinks, gold and silver with niello $35.00 




* MARGARET LECKY 87. Bookbinding, leather, ''Gilgamesh" 



-VIVIKA HEINO 

3204 South Hoover, Los Angeles 7 

55. Five-spouted bottle, reduction glaze, 6^2" high $30.00 

56. Rough bottle, greenish glaze, 4y2" high $12.00 

57. Tiny bowl, rust iron decoration, SV2' diam $8.00 

*OTTO HEINO 

3204 South Hoover, Los Angeles 7 

58. White bottle, 18" high $75.00 

59. Faceted bowl, W diam $45.00 

60. Bowl, sgraffito fish, 7'' diam $20.00 

*DENNISON C. HERRING 

539 West Ash, Fullerton 

61. Jar, stoneware, IV-/' high NFS 

MARCEL HOESSLY 

4949 Sierra Villa Drive, Los Angeles 41 

62. Panel, sculptured terracotta wall tiles, 5x2 feet . . $3.50 sq. ft. 

-DOROTHEA M. HULSE 

517% North Robertson, Los Angeles 48 

63. Blanket, mohair, 80" x 52'' NFS 

GRAHAM HUMPHREY 

1830 Colby Avenue, Los Angeles 25 

64. Coating fabric, wool and linen, SVs yds $12.00 yd. 

65. Hand-woven place mat $3.00 

JOHN HUNTINGTON 

10515 Wellworth Avenue, Los Angeles 24 

66. Planter, ceramic, 18'' high $45.00 

67. Vase, 14" high $25.00 

SHELDON KAGANOFF 

620 East 6th Street, Claremont 

68. Compote, stoneware, 10'' diam $12.00 

69. Bottle, stoneware, 28" high $15.00 

70. Vase, stoneware, 18" high $15.00 

MARY M. KAWAGUCHI 

1345 South Longwood Avenue, Los Angeles 19 

71. Wool suiting, 4 yds NFS 

CLYDE KELLY 

942 Uclan Drive, Burbank 

72. Closed form, ceramic, 22" high $40.00 




JOHN MASON 

110. Ceramic relief, on panel 4x7 feet 



^BERNARD KESTER 

1407 North Willow Street, Compton 2 

73. Printed textile, silk, 3 yds $12.50 yd. 

74. Printed textile, silk, 3 yds $12.50 yd. 

75. Printed textile, orlon, 3 yds $12.50 yd. 

76. Triangular footed pot, stoneware, IOV2" diam $30.00 

77. Flat-sided pot, stoneware, 12'' high $30.00 

78. Footed pot, stoneware, 121/2" high $30.00 

MARIA KIPP 

3425 West First Street, Los Angeles 4 

79. Handloomed drapery, 3 yds NFS 

GERY KNODEL 

1946 West 78th Street, Los Angeles 47 

80. ''Modulation in Red," screen-print on cotton, 3 yds. $12.50 yd. 

81. ''Anemone," screen-print on cotton, 3 yds $12.50 yd. 

*HOSHIKO KUSUDO 

1692 Kenilworth Avenue, Pasadena 

82. Fish plaque, ceramic, 10'' x 121/4'' $35.00 



DOUG LAWRIE 

Scripps College, 427 ¥2 Yale, Claremont 

83. Pot, stoneware, W high $50.00 

84. Many-spouted pot, stoneware, 24'' high $60.00 

85. Pot, stoneware, 10" high $35.00 

* MARGARET LECKY 

2309 West 23i-d Street, Los Angeles 18 

86. Bookbinding, leather, *'Noyes Flood" NFS 

87. Bookbinding, leather, ''Gilgamesh" NFS 

LORRAINE LEE 

1253 La Jolla Rancho Road, La Jolla 

88. Sculptured pot, reduction fired, stoneware, 20" high. . . $125.00 

89. Sculptured pot, reduction fired, stoneware, 16" high. . .$75.00 

90. Wheel-thrown urn, reduction fired, stoneware, 18" high . $55.00 

*MARY JANE LELAND 

4401 San Andreas, Los Angeles 65 

91. 'Toppy Pods," hand-printed fabric, linen, 6V2 yds.. .$15.00 yd. 

92. ''Aura Pods," hand-printed fabric, silk, 3 yds $10.00 yd. 

93. ''Zinnias," enameled dish, 51/2" diam NFS 

94. "Road Weeds," enamel, framed, 7" NFS 

VICKI LITTLEJOHN 

813 West 28th Street, Los Angeles 7 

95. Tall bottle, stoneware, 39" high $150.00 

96. Joined vases, stoneware, 9" high $50.00 

MARTHA LONGENECKER 

9100 Kegonsa, La Mesa 

97. Iron-red bottle, stoneware, 7" high $20.00 

98. Brown-banded bowl, stoneware, 6^2" diam $9.00 

MARG LORING 

3726 Du Pont Street, San Diego 6 

99. Garden sculpture, stoneware, 36" high $85.00 

100. Vase, stoneware, 17" high $35.00 

*JAY LOUTHIAN 

7811 Vi; Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 46 

101. Gold ring with diamonds $500.00 

^ELIZABETH MADLEY 

725 Fremont Avenue, South Pasadena 

102. Tray, antique gold/green enamel, 8y2" diam NFS 

103. Tray, enamel, 81/2" diam NFS 




*DEXTRA and CHARLES FRANKEL 43. "Dynamis," enamel relief, 48" x 32 



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ALLAN D. GOLDSTEIN 50. Enamel plaque, 141/2'' x 11' 



BONNIE JEAN MALCOLM 

13228 South Blodgett Avenue, Downey 

104. "Spring Stream," mosaic, 21" x 15" $50.00 

SAM MA LOOP 

9553 Highland Avenue, Alta Loma 

105. Chair, 32'' high $160.00 

106. Table, 24'' high $150.00 

107. Cabinet, length 60" $425.00 

JERRY MARTIN 

3421 Duke, Claremont 

108. Bowl, stoneware, 16" diam $25.00 

109. Bowl, stoneware, 51/2" diam $3.50 

JOHN MASON 

2101 Glendale Boulevard, Los Angeles 39 

110. Ceramic relief, on panel 4x7 feet $400.00 

-ROBERT MAXWELL 

1830 12th Street, Santa Monica 

111. Lamp base, stoneware, 29" high $50.00 

RUTH 0. McMAHON 

13830 Erwin Street, Van Nuys 

112. Footed bottle, ceramic, 5" high NFS 

113. White bottle, ceramic, 31/2" high NFS 

114. Green-glazed bottle, ceramic, 3" diam NFS 

TOM McMILLIN 

8535 Burnet Avenue, San Fernando 

115. Large ceramic bottle, raw buff clay, 36" high $100.00 

-FRANCIS McNELLIS 

2532 West Olive, Fullerton 

116. Vase, stoneware, 16" high $18.00 

117. Bottle, stoneware, 13" high $20.00 

-BROOKE MORRIS 

334 North Avenue 52, Los Angeles 42 

118. Silver ring with smoky quartz NFS 

DOUGLAS MORYL 

3529 Tilden Avenue, Los Angeles 34 

119. Animal, vermillion wood, length 5%" $20.00 

120. Animal, walnut, length 5" $20.00 

121. Animal with horns, length 6" $35.00 



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MARG LORING DORA De LARIOS 

99. Garden sculpture, stoneware, 36'' high 31. Thrown sculpture, ceramic, 29'' high 



M. & E. NEIL 

1631 South Pacific, Sunset Beach 

122. Pile carpet, wool, 6 x 1 feet $100.00 

123. Painted fabric, cotton, 3 yds $20.00 

BETTY NEWKIRK 

1654 La Mancha Diive, San Dieg^o 

124. Bottle, stoneware, 8' V' high $15.00 

125. Bottle, stoneware, 9'-/' high $20.00 

BELLE OSIPOW 

3019 Surry Street, Los Angeles 27 

126. "Through the Shadows," enamel panel, 18' 2'' x 14" NFS 

FRANK R. PAPWORTH 

3776 Pioneer Place, San Diego 3 

127. Fruit bowl, stoneware, 16'' diam $35.00 

SUSAN PETERSON 

8'20 Milan Avenue, South Pasadena 

128. Bottle, ceramic, 7" high $12.00 

129. Pitcher, ceramic, 10" high $18.00 

POLIA PILLIN 

6151 Barrows Drive, Los Angeles ' 

130. Three Figures, ceramic plate, 13U" diam S75.00 

131. Girl with Cats, ceramic panel, IOI2" x 16" $200.00 

SVETOZAR RADAKOVICH 

1025 Arcadia Road, Encinitas 

132. Gold pin with cultured pearl $325.00 

133. Ear rings, gold with cultured pearl $115.00 

134. Gold pin with turquoise $200.00 

ROBERT W. RAMSEY 

1302 Ocean Boulevard, Seal Beach 

135. Bottle, stoneware, 12 > 2" high $25.00 

LAWRENCE M. RASMUSSEN, JR. 

4737 35th Street, San Diego 16 

136. Turned bowl, myrtle wood, 6" diam NFS 

137. Turned bowl, teak, 7" diam NFS 

FRANK ROHLOFF 

2046 East Foothill Boulevard, Pasadena 

138. Chess table, wood with plastic, 30" square $399.00 






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168. "Espalier," felt wall hanging, 46" x 21 



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MARIA KIPP 

79. Handloomed drapery, 3 yds. 



-KAYLA SELZER 

241 South Palm Drive, Beverly Hills 

139. "Family," mosaic panel, 4x3 feet $150.00 

140. 'Tersonage," stoneware sculpture, 26'' high $250.00 

141. ''Mother and Child," stoneware sculpture, 21'' high. .$175.00 

142. *'Acton," stoneware sculpture, 29" high $200.00 

JUDITH J. SMITH 

135 31st Street, Hermosa Beach 

143. ''Kaleidoscope," silk-screened cotton, 4 yds NFS 

PAUL E. SOLDNER 

Scripps College, Claremont 

144. Floor vase, ceramic, 53" high $150.00 

145. Floor vase, ceramic, 48" high NFS 

146. Bottle, ceramic, 16" high NFS 

STEFANI SOSIN 

1030 North King-'s Road, Los Angeles 

147. Horse, ceramic, length 16" NFS 

*CLIFF STEWART 

3055 Somerset Drive, Los Angeles 16 

148. Jar, ceramic, 13" high $22.50 

JIM STRAWDER 

1416 North Gordon, Hollywood 28 

149. "Barren Tree," oil on glass, panel 18" x 48" $200.00 

AIKO TAKEMOTO 

1734 Barry Avenue, Los Angeles 

150. Bottle, stoneware, 9" high NFS 

151. Bottle, stoneware, 6" high $10.00 

HENRY T. TAKEMOTO 

2401 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 57 

152. Clay pot, 29" high $175.00 

153. Clay pot, 32" high $250.00 

*NORWOODTEAGUE 

34 Sweetbay Road, Portugese Bend 

154. Philippine tindalo dish, 41/2" diam NFS 

155. Brazillian rosewood dish, 5" diam $30.00 

156. Mexican rosewood salad servers $20.00 

JOHN W. THOMAS 

520 West Burnett Street, Long Beach 

157. Floor piece, wool, 3x6 feet $200.00 






LEE BARKLEY 16. Rya rug, fur and wool, 6x4 feet 




WARREN D. COHANTZ 25. Ring, cast gold with topaz 



ROBERT G. TROUT 

10063 Flora Vista, Bellflower 

158. Cufflinks, silver with ebony $15.00 

159. Silver necklace with pendant NFS 

NANCY ANN VIAULT 

11981 Foxboro Drive, Los Angeles 49 

160. Jar with lid, stoneware, ^W high NFS 

161. Jar with lid, stoneware, 10'' high NFS 

MARCUS VILLAGRAN 

2414 Echo Park Avenue, Los Angeles 26 

162. Footed bottle, stoneware, 8" high NFS 

NED B. WESTOVER 

454 Entrada Di'ive, Santa Monica 

163. Deep salad bowl, teak, 13" diam $100.00 

164. Salad servers, teak $10.00 

165. Bowl, rosewood, 14" diam $200.00 

*ELLAMARIE WOOLLEY 

969 Albion Street, San Diego 6 

166. "Elevation," enamel, panel 18" x 36" $180.00 

167. Bowl, enamel, 61/2" diam .$17.50 

168. "Espalier," felt wall hanging, 46" x 21" $60.00 

*JACKSON WOOLLEY 

969 Albion Street, San Diego 6 

169. "Fragmentary," enamel, lOVo" x 221/2" NFS 

170. "Sylvan," enamel panel, 6" x 4" NFS 




ROBERT G. TROUT 159. Silver necklace with pendant 



HENRY S. YAMADA 

2033 Newport Avenue, Pasadena 

171. Ceramic planter, 131/2'' high $40.00 

172. Pendant, silver and plastic $30.00 

SAORI YAMADA 

345 South Kenmore, Los Angeles 5 

173. "Woman," batic fabric, panel 41/2 x 3 feet $200.00 

TOM YAMASAKI 

1753 Butler Avenue, Los Angeles 25 

174. Pile rug, wool yarn, 58'' x 42" $350.00 

WARD YOURY 

1820 Snowden Avenue, Long Beach 15 

175. Bowl, stoneware, 8" diam $15.00 



1,000 copies were printed for 

the LO^ ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM 

by the Toyo Printing Co. 

with typography by A.C.C. 

and design by J. H. Krause 

Los Angeles, California 
January, 1960